Bootie kicks off Pride Week with a special show at 11 PM. Direct from the Castro, it's "The Monster Show," as Cookie Dough presents "DO Ask DO Tell: A Salute To Our Gays In Uniform." The show promises to be a non-stop mega-mixed drag queen mashup extravaganza, featuring some of San Francisco's edgiest drag performers.
And in the upstairs room, the party continues, as The Monster Show's DJ MC2, along with DJ Guy Ruben, host the "Monster Electro-House Party." And holding it down on the main floor with your favorite mashups all night will be Bootie SF's creators and resident DJs A Plus D.
Launched in 2003 in San Francisco by A Plus D -- aka DJs Adrian & Mysterious D -- Bootie was the first club night dedicated solely to the burgeoning artform of the bootleg mashup, and is now the biggest mashup event in the world, with regular parties in several cities on four continents.
Voted "Best Club Night" or "Best Event Producers" for the past seven years, Bootie keeps your brain guessing and body dancing with creative song combinations, celebrating -- and satirizing -- pop culture, both past and present. Mixing and mashing every musical genre, era, and style into one big dance party where everyone feels welcome, it's the soundtrack for the A.D.D. generation -- with free mashup CDs given away like candy